LIVING ON EARTH

This past year of dealing with the viral pandemic has been a challenge for us all. I’m sure we all discovered just how much the e-charged world means to us. It has been our thread to every kind of connection–human, business, entertainment, and news. The lack of face-to-face contact with family and friends, the restrictions…

WHAT IS WONDERLAND

My website has just been beautifully re-vamped and I feel the urge to get back to blogging. Our chaotic and troubled times are influencing my thoughts and my work more and more, specifically environmental concerns. To me these concerns have become increasingly and clearly political—influenced by greed and ignorance. America has always been the promise…

MANY BRIDGES TO CROSS

Not just a metaphor—it’s an absolute fact that in and around Jacksonville, Florida there are many bridges to cross—east to west, north to south—all spanning the incredible St Johns River. The St. Johns River is the longest river in the United States—310 miles long, winding through or bordering twelve Florida counties. It is one of the few…

Tacoma Narrows Bridge

ROADSIDE

“The only way to examine a departed culture is through its legacy of artifacts. Like the Egyptian pyramids and the Pantheon of Rome we shall be known as The Great Road Builders. Marsha Glazière reworks these monumental formations into intimate landscapes. Coaxing the essence of sun-dappled glen from visually neglected industrial spaces. The resulting mosaic of…